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Question about Struts + Weblogic(to the author)

 
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Hi,
I have your book. I am wondering how to incorporate struts using Weblogic(instead of the tomcat approach explained in the book).
Let me know of any resources that can help me get going on that. There are some pointers in WEblogic site that are more geared towards weblogic portal compared to the actual server.
Kishore.
 
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Kishore,
It does not make any difference whether you are deploying your web application to Tomcat or WebLogic.
In Tomcat, you drop the WAR file into webapps directory
In WebLogic 6.x you drop the WAR into bea\wlserver6x\config\mydomain\applications
In WebLogic 7.x and higher, the WAR is dropped into bea\user_projects\mydomain\applications by default.
If you use different domain names and different directories, just look for the directory pattern.
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